Skydiver's New Challenge After Surviving 12,000-Foot Fall

Ben Cornick's friends have launched a Facebook page to raise money for mounting medical bills.
3:00 | 01/21/14

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An incredible story of survival. After a skydiving attempt goes horribly wrong British -- never -- court. Lost control of its parachutes steering toggle and plummeted. Some 121000 feet before smashing into -- parked -- Court was traveling about forty miles an hour on impact. Posted some of the after pictures as FaceBook page. Court broke one of his legs in three places shattered -- elbow and broke one arm as well. As if you ordeal wasn't bad enough -- didn't have any medical insurance and -- -- some 40000 dollars for emergency treatment. He was lucky in one respect family and friends -- all that money he needed. To pay his bills.

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